NYT: A lost soldier’s message to his son

There’s a very moving essay at the New York Times by Dana Canedy, a long-time writer/editor. It’s called From Father to Son, Last Words to Live By and it’s about her husband, First Sgt. Charles Monroe King, a soldier and officer who was killed in Iraq–and who, in anticipation of his possible death–wrote a moving and detailed book about himself, his values and experiences, for his infant son.
10 digg users said this was a must-read–and I’d agree.